Match Day Guide – Eels v Warriors, Round 18

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The Parramatta Eels host the New Zealand Warriors in Round 18 at CommBank Stadium.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

6:00 p.m. – Opening of corporate doors (E, F & G)

6:15 p.m. – Doors open

7.55pm – Kick off: NRL Telstra Premiership v Parramatta Eels v New Zealand Warriors

Get the kids into the game early and check out our brand new Kids PARRAdise zone. With lots of fun activities, they’ll love Feel Good Sunday in PARRADise as much as you do.

Ticketing

Tickets are still available for the Eels’ 18th round game against the New Zealand Warriors here

Eels members, be sure to place your member number in the Ticketek password box to receive 10% off reserved seat tickets.

Ticketing and member assistance

The Membership Team will be located internally at CommBank Stadium, where they will be present at the Member Services outlet located at Gate D and in the Membership Marquee in the lobby.

The Eels ticket office outside Gate B will be open from 17:00 and is available for any Eels ticket collection or match day enquiries.

If you have any questions regarding ticketing ahead of the game, please contact our membership team at [email protected]

Members lounge

IMPORTANT INFO: Our Members Lounge will be hosting an invite-only function from door opening time until 7:00 p.m.

The Members’ Lounge will not be accessible to members until after 7 p.m., once the function has ended.

A reminder – The Members’ Lounge is located in the northwest corner of the lot, next to the entrance to Gate D.

Game Day Merchandise

Be sure to visit our outlets to get your hands on the latest Blue & Gold apparel ahead of the 2022 season! Merchandise will be available at in-house Eels Merchandise outlets at Gate A and Gate B, as well as under a marquee at Gate B, until full time. Show your Anguilles 2022 membership card to benefit from a 15% discount!

Transportation

Whether driving or taking public transport, fans should plan to arrive in Parramatta early and plan their journey using the Transport for NSW journey planner.

Trains run regularly to Parramatta station which is a 15 minute walk from the stadium.

Buses run regularly to the Parramatta station interchange and some services stop outside the stadium on O’Connell St.

The roads around the stadium will be closed at the end of the match to allow crowds to leave the enclosure safely, so please be patient and follow the instructions of traffic controllers and police.

Wherever you’re watching the game, if you’re drinking, you’ll need a plan B to get home. Whether it’s taking public transport, carpooling, using a taxi or arranging a lift. Be the real MVP of the night, sort out a plan B and don’t drink in the car.

Broadcast

TV: Live on Nine, Foxtel, Kayo Sports and Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)

Radio: ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane, 2GB/4BC, SEN and NRL Nation will broadcast.

International coverage

Action TVWAN (Papua New Guinea – PayTV)

SkyPacific (Pacific Nations – PayTV)

Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Aus and NZ domestic airlines)

Watch NRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific regions

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